Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 6

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Selected notes from Knollys exposition of Revelation. Emphasis added.

 

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Rev. 6.1:

The Lord Jesus Christ having prevailed to open this sealed book of the Revelation, which God gave him, and he took it out of his right hand. Now John saw him open one of the seals; that is, the first in order of the seven seals of this book; It is a Hebraism, the Jews used so to express; and call the first of times, things or persons, as Ge 1:5 one day, that is, the first day. It is also a Helenism; the Greeks used to express and call the first of Sabbaths, (Mr 16:2) πρωῒ τῆς μιᾶς σαββάτων, early upon one of the Sabbaths, that is, upon the first Sabbath (Mr 16:9) For that first day of the week was the first Christian Sabbath, called the Lord’s Day.

Rev. 6.2:

It is usual in the prophets…

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One thought on “Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 6”

  1. Hanserd Knollys gives one understanding of Revelation from a historicist perspective. I hope to post on Revelation from an FN Lee/WJ Mencarow perspective in the not-too-distant future.

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